KLE Society’s Law College is organizing the National Rounds of Louis M. Brown and Forrest S. Mosten International Client Consultation Competition, from 5th – 6th March 2021.
The Winning team at national rounds would represent India in the international competition hosted by Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Swansea University from 6th April – 11th April 2021.
About the College
K.L.E. Society’s Law College, Bengaluru was established in 1975 under the umbrella of Karnataka Lingayat Education
Society and has been conceived as a nursery and training ground for those seeking to enter the legal profession. It is
recognized by the Bar Council of India and is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi. KLE Society’s Law College Bengaluru is ranked as one of the top law colleges across the country by the leading national media houses.
About the Competition
The Louis M. Brown and Forrest S. Mosten International Client Consultation is an annual competition for the winners of national competitions across the world. It provides an exciting opportunity for law students to learn and practice interviewing and counselling skills as well as to meet young (and not so young) lawyers from an amazing range of nations and cultures.
Over the last ten years, law students from 33 countries have taken part: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Irish Republic, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.
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